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Dominic Samuel has become Ross County’s second new recruit of the summer. Picture: Ken Macpherson
He was part of the Blackburn Rovers side that finished as runners up in England’s League One in 2017/18, and after beginning his career at Reading he can also count Colchester United, Dagenham and Redbridge, Coventry City and Ipswich Town among his previous clubs.
Now, he will compete with Jordan White and Oli Shaw for an attacking berth at Dingwall ahead of the new season.
“We are delighted to bring someone of Dominic’s experience and calibre to Ross County,” County manager Malky Mackay said.
“He has been a regular goal scorer in English football and brings a new dynamic to our club. We have tracked Dominic for a period of time – following his development – and we are excited by his potential.
“At 27, we are signing a striker in his prime years and we look forward to bringing the best out of him here. Dominic adds competition to the forward area, as well as a footballing pedigree that brings excitement at the top end of the pitch.”
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According to the Lancashire Telegraph, Reach has made his way onto Tony Mowbray’s radar at Ewood Park, with Rovers considering a move for the versatile former Middlesbrough man who scored a beauty against them in a 1-1 draw back in December.
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The publication is reporting that the wide player was considered too expensive for them earlier in the window, but that – as the season draws closer – they feel a deal may be possible as he considers his options for the 2021/22 campaign.
Mowbray is a manager that Reach knows well, of course, with the Rovers boss having given him his goal-scoring Boro debut at the age of 18 almost a decade ago – and he played 23 games in total under Mowbray before he left his role in Teesside in 2013.
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